Nike's annual Black History Month collection, which first began with a limited-edition Air Force 1 in 2005, will consist of 11 different styles this year including several basketball silhouettes as well as Converse sneakers.

According to Nike, this year's BHM collection was inspired by an assortment of national African patterns, brought together onto modernized prints in a theme of Afro-futurism in sport.

In addition to the new "BHM" sneakers for Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Paul George, Nike has also announced the "Future Varsity Program," which provides leadership training to 14 young African Americans who are creating positive change in their communities.

Per Nike:

"The participants will be paired with mentors from within and outside of Nike to help advance their causes (their projects range from organizing charity basketball tournaments in Chicago to providing nutrition education to youth in New York City). Leadership seminars, Q&A sessions with influential African American cultural leaders, a trip to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and more are scheduled for the first weekend. During the six months of the program, the mentors will regularly counsel the participants and give practical advice on ways to grow their projects."

Take a look at each of Nike's 2019 BHM sneakers below and stay tuned for release details.

(Nike Kyrie 5 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Nike LeBron 16 Equality: Photo via Nike)

(Jordan Westbrook Why Not Zer0.2: Photo via Nike)

(Nike KD 11 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Nike PG3 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Air Jordan 2 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Air Jordan 1 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Nike Air Force 1 Low Utility BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Converse Chuck 70 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(Converse Chuck 70 BHM: Photo via Nike)

(NikeCourt Flare 2.0 BHM: Photo via Nike)